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Alutiiq Museum
A local Kodiak museum dedicated to the Alutiiq people. The museum preserves and shares the cultural traditions of the Alutiiq people through exhibits, educational programs, publications, anthropological research, and the care of traditional objects.

Baranov Museum
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Kodiak Military History Museum
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Kodiak Island Visitors Guide
Official visitors guide containing a great deal of information regarding Kodiak and the surrounding area.

Whalefest
A community celebration about whales and other marine mammals, timed to coincide with the annual northbound migration of the gray whales as they pass Kodiak Island.

Kodiak ComFish
Alaska's largest commercial fishing trade show.

Kodiak Crab Festival
A celebration of Spring and the Emerald Isle. Parades, carnival booths and midway, running events, a golf tournament, bicycle and survival suit races, a blessing of the fleet ceremony, concerts and much more.

Afognak Native Corporation
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Kodiak Area Native Association
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Koniag, Inc.
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